FOX’s show called The Masked Singer features judges Ken Jeong and Robin Thicke. The two reportedly left the stage to protest last week’s taping after Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani was unmasked as a contestant.
According to the Deadline, the two liberal judges “quickly left in protest” just “as soon as they saw that it was Giuliani.”
“We are not revealing which costume Giuliani wore or his swan song — his exit episode will not air until next month — so you can still look forward to his reveal,” said Deadline.
“The theme of this new season is ‘The Good, The Bad and The Cuddly’; your political affiliation will determine which category Giuliani fits in.”
Though Thicke and Jeong left the stage, sources informed Deadline that the judges will eventually return while the other judges Nicole Scherzinger and Jenny McCarthy stayed onstage.
“They bantered with Giuliani, a controversial figure for saying that the 2020 presidential election was stolen from Trump,” said Deadline.
Fox would not comment about the controversy.
Giuliani’s reported appearance comes after former VP candidate Sarah Palin’s performance in 2020 as The Bear in which she rapped to “Baby Got Back.” When the time came to reveal her real identity, host Nick Cannon seemed most stunned.
“This could be the most shocked I have ever been on this show,” said Cannon after witnessing Sarah Palin under the bear costume.
As to why she went with the bear, Sarah Palin said she wanted to reflect Alaska.
Before Sarah Palin, former Trump White House Press Sec. Sean Spicer performed on Dancing with the Stars and was thought to be a controversial guest who caused mayhem, with Trump supporters, who regularly voted to keep Spicer on the show. As his critics became so angered that Gia Kourlas, dance critic for The NY Times, argued in a lengthy article that Spicer’s dance routines show the emptiness of his soul.
This comes at a time when more and more evidence has come to light about the election of 2020 and how it was stolen. No word on when the mainstream media will start treating the idea of elections being stolen as a real possibility but I would imagine this upcoming midterm election could be a good bet.
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